Medicinal Chemistry

ISSN: 2161-0444

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Volume 12, Issue 7 (2022)

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Anti-IgE Therapy for Allergic Rhinitis

Kalyan Nagulapalli Venkata*

DOI: 10.37421/2161-0444.2022.12.630

Although skin prick testing in AR patients is positive (showing the production of antigen-specific Immunoglobulin E), there is no correlation with total circulating IgE levels. There was no correlation between circulating IgE levels and skin prick tests or laboratory testing for specific IgE. Omalizumab binds to uncomplicated IgE more strongly in humans than Fc-epsilon. Omalizumab works by lowering IgE levels and decreasing the development of FceRI receptors (which bind IgE) in mast cells and basophils, resulting in reduced mast cell recruitment and responsiveness and, as a result, less eosinophilic infiltration and activation. Anti-IgE treatment with omalizumab may reduce the lifespan of mast cells and induce dendritic cells to produce less FcRI.

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Alpinia Officinarum Medicinal Research and Application

Derong Ding*

DOI: 10.37421/2161-0444.2022.12.631

Triptolide has piqued the interest of the organic and medicinal chemistry communities in recent decades due to its fascinating structural characteristics and prospective diverse pharmacological actions. However, its low water solubility and oral bioavailability, uncertain mode of action and severe toxicity, natural scarcity and complexity in synthesis have severely hampered its therapeutic usefulness. As a result, several clever total synthesis algorithms have been created to avoid such difficulties. Various triptolide derivatives have been produced and evaluated in the hunt for new drug-like derivatives for possible anticancer, anti-inflammatory, immunosuppressive and anti-agents, Alzheimer's among other things. Meanwhile, by developing and synthesising diverse bioactive probes, certain molecular targets responsible for numerous pharmacological actions have been identified.

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